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Video: Crimson Trace Myth Busters — Will the laser be a crutch?

Laser sights are not designed or intended to be a replacement for your iron sights. Laser sights provide quick, clear sighting during threat-focused shooting, in unconventional positions, and in low-light conditions where iron sights are not visible or applicable. A laser sight is essentially a downrange projection of where your pistol sights are already aligned.

Crimson Trace LiNQ mounted on a ghosted AR-15

Gear, Parts and Accessories

Review: Crimson Trace LiNQ — The World’s First Wireless Laser & White Light System

The Crimson Trace LiNQ combines a green laser sight and 300 Lumen LED white light with Instinctive Activation for AR-type Modern Sporting Rifles (AR-15, AR-10, M4, M16, HK416). Utilizing a secure, individual wireless connection, LiNQ offers complete wireless control of the laser and light module. The LiNQ was recently released and is just starting to hit retailer shelves. Read the full review here.

Springfield XD-S with Crimson Trace Laserguard right angle

Gear, Parts and Accessories

A Case for Crimson Trace

There is plenty to write—and talk—about when it come to Crimson Trace. With more than 200 laser sights, and with more green laser sights than the rest of the laser industry combined, Crimson Trace makes a strong case that it is the nation’s leading laser sight manufacturer.

Trijicon MRO

Gear, Parts and Accessories

7 New Innovative Lights, Laser and Optics for Sale

Exciting news for carbine owners—the Trijicon MRO red dot sight is in stock and shipping! For a little over $500, the new MRO gives other sights a run for their money. Six other new optics are also featured in this post—including the 2,400-lumen Dominator, NcStar’s innovative blue laser and a revamp of Trijicon’s classic RX30-14.

Safety and Training

How to Train with Lasers Video Series

A brand-new six-part video series called “Training With Lasers,” created by Crimson Trace Corporation with support by the National Rifle Association’s (NRA) Education & Training Division, touches on how shooters can use lasers to improve the most important elements of shooting handguns safely and accurately.